The Northwest Spotted Owl Monumental Screw Up

When government messes with Mother Nature and other systems containing many variables, they invariably get it wrong ........ usually way wrong!  And the cost of their gross negligence and stupidity can be, and most often is, staggering.

By Ron Ewart - Wednesday, August 13, 2008 - Full Story

President Bush Discusses Situation in Georgia, Urges Russia to Cease Military Operations

THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. I’ve just met with my national security team to discuss the crisis in Georgia. I’ve spoken with President Saakashvili of Georgia, and President Sarkozy of France this morning. The United States strongly supports France’s efforts, as President of the European Union, to broker an agreement that will end this conflict.

By Guest Column - Wednesday, August 13, 2008 - Full Story

CNN Avoids Mentioning Islam in Segment on ‘Honor Killings’

By Mark Finkelstein

Quite a feat: CNN has pulled off the MSM equivalent of describing a spiral staircase without using one’s hands.  It has managed to produce a segment on “honor killings” and related violence in the UK . . . without using the word “Muslim” or “Islam.” CNN Newsroom anchor Don Lemon introduced the segment this afternoon at 1:37 PM EDT.

By Guest Column - Wednesday, August 13, 2008 - Full Story

Exploiting the innocence of Winnie the Pooh

imageRichard Danzig, Navy Secretary under President Bill Clinton, now touted as National Security Adviser in an Obama White House, is not the only one ready to exploit Winnie-the Pooh.

Danzig told the Centre for New American Security: “Winnie the Pooh seems to me to be a fundamental text on national security.”

Now the criminal element in Japan, becoming somewhat extrovert, is exploiting Winnie the Pooh.

By Judi McLeod - Wednesday, August 13, 2008 - Full Story

The Whole World’s Watching

Many are watching how our presidential candidates are responding (as best they can) to the Russian/Georgian conflict, and some don’t seem to like some of what they see.

By Bob Parks - Wednesday, August 13, 2008 - Full Story

There is No Bush Third Term

Between now and November 4 you are going to hear over and over again the phrase “the Bush third term.”

By Alan Caruba - Wednesday, August 13, 2008 - Full Story

Libyan Intelligence operative contacts US embassy in Malta

Part 39 – AUGUST 10,  1988
“Mr Giaka, you are a liar, aren t you? Mr Giaka, you tell big lies and you tell small lies, but you lie, do you not?” - Richard Keen QC [1]

On August 10 1988, Abdul Majid Giaka contacted the US embassy in Malta. Giaka was interviewed by a CIA agent to whom he told that he was a member of the Libyan Intelligence Service. A decade later, Giaka will appear at the Zeist trial and testify that two of his former colleagues had planted the bomb that destroyed Pan Am 103.

By Dr. Ludwig de Braeckeleer - Wednesday, August 13, 2008 - Full Story

The Liberator of Women

Is Christianity hostile to women?  Modern culture seems to think so.  Some churches do not allow women to be in the clergy.  The New Testament speaks of wives submitting themselves to their husbands.  Christians are portrayed as being patriarchal.  Is this fair?  Does Christianity put women down?  Or is the history of Christianity and women different than most people think?

By Bruce Walker - Wednesday, August 13, 2008 - Full Story

For all our sakes, Canada must stand with Georgia

Ottawa, Canada - Russia’s invasion of Georgia has made public the brutal face of the Russian bear. Again, Russia has set out to crush independence, undermine sovereignty and mock the democratic aspirations of its former vassal states.  The disintegration of the Soviet Union had set back the Russian bear only momentarily, its weakness and lies exposed.  But the Russian bear has returned menacingly and turned the clock back to 1968 when it crushed the Prague spring as it is doing today in Georgia.

By Guest Column Canadian Coalition for Democracies- Tuesday, August 12, 2008 - Full Story

Georgia/Russian War: Blame Obama

General Wesley Clark had one thing right during his tenure as a general in the U.S. military. He understood the portentous nature of the Russian’s move to take control of the airport in Pristina, Kosovo at the end of the 1999 NATO engagement in Yugoslavia. He ordered NATO forces to gear up to prevent the Russians from taking the airport but was opposed by British Gen. Michael Jackson, at the time head of the Kosovo peacekeeping forces, who reportedly told Clark that he wouldn’t help him start a third World War.

By Warner Todd Huston - Tuesday, August 12, 2008 - Full Story

KISSING off speculation on Obama’s birth certificate

Not since Yukon Gold Rush days has speculation been as rife since Barack Obama’s birth certificate became an issue.
 
There’s a paper chase trying to pinpoint precisely where Barack came into this world, giving Barack’s baby diaper days a life of their own on the Worldwide Net. 
 
Caught up in the paper chase, Canada Free Press (CFP) was meandering off track until faithful readers brought us back into line.

By Judi McLeod - Tuesday, August 12, 2008 - Full Story

Government Security of Information Still Needs Work

Many federal operations are supported by automated systems that may contain sensitive information such as national security information that, if lost or stolen, could be disclosed for improper purposes.

By Jim Kouri - Tuesday, August 12, 2008 - Full Story

Michel Aoun Falsifies History… for the thousandeth time

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By: Charles Jalkh (Freedom Fighter)
During his speech to the Lebanese parliament, which is meeting to discuss the new cabinet program and decide on granting confidence, Michel Aoun, a Hezbollah stooge and leader of the FPM parliamentary block, declared that the Palestinian tragedy is the fault of the United Nations among others. He stated:  “It was a decision by the United Nations to create the state of Israel at the expense of the Palestinian people, and as a consequence to this decision, the Palestinians were forced into exile” (speech transcript on the Lebanese Canadian Coordination Council).

By Guest Column - Tuesday, August 12, 2008 - Full Story